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Why will unit not turn on nor will it connect to computer?Can not find any schematics of this unit. Possible bad fuse? Any suggestions?
Has anyone attempted to replace the female 30 Pin connector?With the head phones removed while playing music or a movie, the volume bar is not present. By gently using my thumbnail and ...
Answer to: 50" plasma sanyo blinks until tv has been on a whileSounds like a blown capacitor. Perform a tear down of the unit and find the culprit. Cheap fix and very common.
Answer to: How to deal with iPod after fall in the water?I usually purchase Silica Gel Packets and pack the iPod in a bowl of them then place that in your refrigerator. Yeah, I know what your thinking, but the refrigerator is the driest area in your house. The next step is dismantling in order to reach the LCD. I purchased my LCD for $10.00 off Amazon thru 3rd party. Every time I open up a mobile device that's been submerged, I've always found moisture behind the LCD no matter how long you dry soak it. Especially with the droid and iPhone touch screens. In my humble opinion, I don't think you can truly get all the water/moisture from an enclosed device until you take it apart. Unless the rice trick works better than my method? A friend gave me his iPhone after he'd lost it in the snow. We found it the following spring just drenched. We tried the silica packs and refrigerator trick then tore it down. Air dried it for a few days and replaced the battery, water ruined LCD and touch screen. Put it back together and it worked fine. It was a Hail Mary Rebuild for less th...